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Mamed Halfe Mausoleum.

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The mausoleum of Mamed Khalfe is located in the administrative center of the Sozak rural district in the village of Sozak in the Sozak district of the Turkestan region, 95 meters north of the Sozak ancient settlement.
Mamet Halfe mausoleum dates back to the XVIIIth - XIXth centuries located on the territory of the ancient town of Sozak in the village of Sozak in the Sozak district of the Turkestan region. On the right side of the mausoleum there is a small room, the roof of which is made of logs and unedged boards.
The entrance to the mausoleum is a metal door tightly closed. The mausoleum has a square room on which lies a conical dome, the mausoleum is made of mud brick, the walls are whitewashed with lime.
Geographic coordinates of the mausoleum of Mammad Khalfe: N44 ° 08'23.76 "E68 ° 28'06.23"

Mamed Khalfe mausoleum. Photo by G.G. Gerasimov. 50s of the XX century.Mamed Halfe Mausoleum.Mamed Halfe Mausoleum.Mamed Halfe Mausoleum.Mamed Halfe Mausoleum.

Authority and photos:
Alexander Petrov.